Robbie Wood is raising money for PIP-UK by running the Aberdeen Half Marathon later this year. Robbie came across PIP-UK after finding out his little boy had been born with Poland Syndrome. Now along with several colleagues they plan to raise £10,000 for PIP-UK to enable the charity to support and help other families.
PIP-UK is a proud sponsor of Richard Stott’s Theatrical Comedy about his personal experience of living with Poland Syndrome.
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It’s that time of year to start thinking about all the school uniforms, stationery, lunch boxes, shoes and all the other multitude of things you’ll need for the school year in September. Well if you are ordering on-line, you could be raising a free donation for PIP-UK and helping families affected by Poland syndrome.
Part of what we do is to find different ways to raise funds to enable us to continue raising awareness about Poland Syndrome.
Aimee Lax wrote to us a few weeks ago asking if she could run for PIP-UK at the Cheltenham Half Marathon. We said yes. Aimee’s nephew has Poland Syndrome
Poland Syndrome family get together being organised by our friends at PSSG another Poland Syndrome Charity based in the UK.
We are on a mission to raise awareness of Poland Syndrome and support others who are in need. Can you help us raise some much needed funds while you shop?